anorexigenic an·o·rex·i·gen·ic (ān’ə-rěk’sə-jěn’ĭk)
promoting or causing anorexia.
inability to experience s-xual . an-rg-smy an·or·gas·my (ān’ôr-gāz’mē) or an·or·gas·mi·a (-gāz’mē-ə) n. failure to experience an -rg-sm.
a white or gray feldspar mineral, caal 2 si 2 o 8 , calcic plagioclase. historical examples anorthite occurs in white translucent or transparent crystals. geology james geikie anorthite is an essential const-tuent of many basic igneous rocks, such as gabbro and basalt, also of some meteoric stones. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 2, slice […]
adjective another word for triclinic historical examples the name anorthite was given to the vesuvian mineral by g. rose in 1823, on account of its anorthic crystallization. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 2, slice 2 various
a variety of microcline, rich in sodium and sometimes having a play of color: sometimes considered a variety of . anorthoclase (ān-ôr’thə-klās’) a white to colorless triclinic mineral of the alkali feldspar group. it is a common const-tuent in the matrices of slightly alkaline volcanic rocks. chemical formula: (na,k)alsi3o8.
anorthography anorthography an·or·thog·ra·phy (ān’ôr-thŏg’rə-fē) n. see agraphia.